Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Russell serious about annexation EDMONTON (CP) Municl-, pal Affairs Minister Dave Hus- scll said today lie is serious about a suggestion made in the legislature Wednesday that Al- bcrla should annex large por- tions of the Yukon and North- U'est Ten'iloncs. Mr. Russell said In an inter- view northern residents might be quite willing to accept an cxien s i o n of Hie province's boundary northward. The plan would also extend the prov- ince's western horder in a more northwesterly direction. The proposed annexa lion would absorb thousands of FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD snuarc miles, Including the ter- ritorial comunitics of Inuvik, Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, Hay River and Pine Point. "It makes sense in view of transportation and Mr. Russell said, and would be a basic extension of the prov- ince's people and geography. lie indicated the idea has re- ceived more than off-the-cuff study. Mr. Russell said the provin- cial government plans to dis- continue services it now pro- vides to the N.W.T. The prov- ince provides assessing services for Inuvik and other northern centres on a loss fee basis and (he Alberta Housing Corp acts as a consultant to the Ter ritorial government. TALL WOMAN Archeologisls have fount! Hie skeleton of a woman seven fee tall in an 11th-century grave on Delia La ga Mounta in in the Apennines. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB PRESENTS THE FRANKLY BROTHERS To Entertain You Saturday, April 22 8.30 p.m. MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME HOME of the DIME cup of COFFEE DEXTER AND BOB WONG OF THE YORK HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Now open 5 a.m. la 11 p.m. Mon. to Sat. OPEN SUNDAYS TO CATER DINNER PARTIES LARGE OR SMAll BY RESERVATION ONLY PHONE 328-4144 FOR SATISFACTION Tha York will cater to banquets In our dining room or yours anywhere in the city THIS WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER HEIMO BIELENSTEIN 3419 Chicoutimi Dr. N.W. 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Norman Brown, Calgary FfiHciy, April 21, 1972 IHE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Oddities in the News E Joan Walerfield MWTAINMENT LYE liiiit Iccluiical difficulties on Channel 0 cut the conclusion; perhaps public pressure will lorce a repeat. For I lie voice of the people will be heard; there's good news out of Channel 7, Chariots of the Gods has been resched- uled for Friday, May 26. The .ponse to this documentary, and to other outstanding spe- cials must be telling the spon- soring company something. Gimmicks with gas and the millions of dollars poured into like promotions are better re- placed by ecological concern and a clean-up of polluting tele- vision trivia. ALPHABET SOU1': An ac- trp.ss was once described by a critic as having run the gamut ot emotion from A to B. In her latest outing, Elizabeth Taylor gallops down a Sexame Street to Zee in one of the ugliest mo- vies to come along in some con- siderable time. The Edna O'Brien script of XY and Zee offers a sado-mas- oclu'stie relationship that any two can play. Taylor and moviedom's resi- dent" Cockney, Michael Caine, bat the love-hate thing around until the inevitable arrival of a third for the party. Susannah rPUE current nostalgia kick evident in fashion got its irst lilip from films; Bonnie mil Clyde, flashbacking the hirtics, was an obvious factor n Ihe trend. In a gentler mood Hummer of 4Z (my favorite movie of Ihc r past) opened many a de- posit box in Ihe personal mem- ory bank. Peter Bogdanovich's The Last Picture Show Ls Texas in the fifties, and the latest Bogdrmo- vich Whal's Up starring Bar'ora Streisand and Ryan (Lore Story) O'Neal, while timed the present, owes much to the director's preoccu- pation with great moviemakers at the past. Where will it all end? Present stress and future shock have set up the yearn for yester- year; beyond nostalgia is his- tory and the search for the past goes deeper to the archeologi- cal dig. For local moviegoers if Death in Venice (1911) did not satisfy, tliere is the opportunity soon of viewing Czarist Russia in the lush production Nicholas and Alexandra, and IGth century Scotland with Mary, Queen of Scols. Television may he even more rewarding. In the season of re- peats, some compensation may be found in early May in the reshowuig of The Six Wives ol Henry V1I1, to be followed by the Glenda Jackson tour-de- force, Elizabeth R. Viewers M o n d a y evening could enjoy In Search of the Lost World, an excellent docu- mentary on pre Columbian _____ __ civilizations. It was unfortunate I the Cat and has found E-sensual in Virginia Woolf and Boom (or was that Caine, whose sun rose with Alfie and bis Harry Palmer of the Ipcrcss File, sank with Hurry Sundown, and would now seem lo be in an ellipse. And Susannah York, a fine and attractive actress deserves much tetter than this. X Y ami Zee just speil it S-A-D! _ 1'llllH-: AM) I'UK.UJUICE: All in Hie Family, while gar- nering 11 nominations for an Emmy (Television Acnd c m y Awards May 14) is also get- ting its share of criticism Uenry Fonda and Peter Ustin- ov and a special salute and tri- bute will be given to Richard Itodgers and Ktlinl Merman. One special delight will be to sco Ruby Kcelcr hoofing again in No, No, N'anetle. The awards? Well they're anybody's guess, but I'll admit to a special fondness for Col- leen Dowhurst, Midred Nat- Rosemary Harris ant Uonald Plcasancc. Nine o'clock on Channel then, Sunday evening, precedec by a Burt Bacbarach special with Hex Harrison, Carol Bm- nette and Isaac (Shaft) Hayes is if you can con Dad VKItSAII.LKS fCP-Reuter) Claudia Ferraud, a ycar-old nurse who in 19 days (balled the same telephone number limes and then hung up, was lined the equiv- alent of by a French court. The nurse told the court stie was trying to reach some peo- ple she had met on holiday, but they answered the telephone she was too timid to speak. COLOMBO, Ceylon (AP) A tenant who refused to fur- nish a false declaration of rent he paid had his ear bitten off bv the landlord's son. The Ivcrsity. local r'.-nt board office was chct-kiiiK on what he should pay under newly-introduced rc'iU laws. IVV LKAGLi: FlRS'l PR1.NCKTON. N.J. (AP) Dr. Adele Smith Simmons, who describes herself as "very ac- tive" in women liberation, lias been appointed dean of student alfalrs at Princeton University. It is the highest post ever held by a woman at (lie Ivy League school. Dr. Simmons, 30, named to (be new post today, is dean of Jackson College at Tufts Uni- assport Photos Candid Plclutt Framinj Sphelo Suppliw A. E. CROSS STUDIO 3304111 710 Wione 32WM The Teamsters' Union is up- j out of Stanley Cup playoff tight at Ihc characterization of key. Better maybe you should York then tiie bouillabaisse begins lo boil. It's too bad, but all three act- ors are badly used by director Brian Hutton whose credits in- clude the less than illustrious Where Eagles Dare. Miss Tayor comes on heavy with her Earth Mother bit, a style she cultivated as Maggie MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) PRESENTS THE RUSS MARSH SHOW Dancing and Entertainment Thursday, Friday and Saturday Thursday No Covercharge Friday no Covercharge far Ladies p.m. lo 1 ;00 a.m. Fully Licensed ENTERTAINING IN THE RED COACH IOUNGE 'Hugh Symons' THURS.r FR1., SAT. r Archie linnker as "the typical working stiff, a fat dumb ra- cist." Polish Americans have reg- stered distaste at the Hobb Reiner "Polack meathcad-lib- eral" role. The Godfather, written by Italian American Mario Puzo, which is breaking box-office records everywhere, Ls under attack and the subject of dem- onstrations by the Italian-Am- erican Anti Defamation League. And the American Jewish Congress has condemned the Academy winning The Crunch Bird as a "regrettable act of insensitivity toward the Jewish Community. Producer of the cartoon, Ted Petok, a practising Jew and trustee of his congregation, terms the reaction "Lruly ridi- culous." it's a Jabberwocky world; creates healthy, healing laughter? what is the place of caricature, of satire? what is honest, revealing, hu- man and humane? Perhaps if someone writes a book, makes a movie about an Egyptian born Scot, with a tree that grows in Israel, Cana- dian by choice, marriage and motherhood, a lover of Mozart, seafood, Ella Fitzgerald, the tango, Josephine Tey's books I'll understand. Of all the award shows, Os- cars. Emmys, Junos, the toast must be to the Tonys, the An- toinette Perry awards for the Best of Broadway. The success of the Tony show telecast has always been sure- fire, good sense dictaiing that the viewer be placed front row centre in New York's Broad- way Theatre. Hosts will be Deborah Kerr, rent a spare TV or go visit your sister. CALENDAR: Tonight lo April 29 Music Festival (and good luck to Tonight and Satur- day Oliver All-In- dian Art Show (Pinchcr Wednesday White Heather Concert. And belated congratulations to cast, crew and director of tic Foremost Theatrical Society's production of Finian's Rainbow and ditto to all involved in the 1.DS production of The Or- (Icr is I.ovc. LABOR CLUB CORNER 2nd AVE. ond 13th ST. N. Today's ShowHmes PARAMOUNT Friday and Saturday Short" Subjects "Mary Queen of Scots" Last Complete Show 9: IS PARAMOUNT CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "The Go TCetween'1 Last Complete Show Saturday Matinee "National Velvet" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Friday and Saturday Short Subjects "Sunday Bloody Sunday1' Last Complete Show Saturday Mnliiice "National Velvet" Last Complete Show GREEN' ACRES DRIVE-IN' Friday ami Saturday "Omega Man" "Skin Game" One Complete Show WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! SOUTHERN ALBERT Rose trial adjourned to Monday MONTREAL (CP) The kid- nap trial of Jacques Rose was adjourned today until Monday by Mr. Justice Eugene Marquis of Court of Queen's Bench be- cause of the continuing strike by Quebec public service em- ployees. It was the third such adjournment. Both defence lawyers, Robert Leniieux and Jean-Serges Masse, refused to cross picket lines set up outside the east-end Quebec Provincial Police head- quarters where the trial is being held. Hose, 55-year-old former me- chanic, is charged with the duction of Pierre Laporlc in Oc- tober, 1Q70. Mr. Lanorte, the Quebec labor minister, was found strangled a later. Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! USE THIS HANDY MAI1 ORDER COUPON tE JOT! 10 PHUT citAitir mat no mi USE icon oc Houfi IOUR nciu win it HAIUD to YOU PMMT- I CALGARY STAMPEOEFLTlfllTYSWEEPSTAKE I P.O. BOX 2900 CALGARY, AIRERTA T2P 2M7 Enclosed is my order, payabfc _ I lo tlic Calgaty Stampede Futurity Sweeps lake. I I forward by return Calgary' Quanlity Slampede FuturitySweepslakaTickets (3 2.50each. I No..................... J I I (Rerrutlanre musl accompany coupon) LlNlEfl WffKir INC.REHJE YOUR CHANCfS Df WINNING! E CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "SAMSON AND DELILAH" In color. Starring Victor Mature. Friday. April 21st only. Two shows at and p.m. Family matinee Saturday at p.m. "LIT- TLE in Technicolor, starring .Time Allyson, Pclcr Law-ford nnd Elizabeth Taylor. Family. MILK RIVER Sunlcind Theatre "THE DESKHTICIt" In Technicolor. .Starring Richard Crenna, Chuck Connors and Ricardo Montalban. Friday, April 21, show at p.m. Adult nol suitable for children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "BLACK nEAUTY" In color. Starring Mark Ix-sler and Walter Slazak. Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 21, 22 and 23. Friday show al p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SUMMEK OF '.12" In color. Friday and Saturday, April 21 and 22. Friday shows at am! p.m. Restricted aduH. vSpcriai matinee Saturday, April 22, al. p.m. "RED in color. Family. TABER Tower Theatre Walt Disney's "MILLION DOLLAR DUCK" In Techni- color. Starring Dean Jones. Friday, April 21 and Satur- day matinee at p.m. Friday shows at and p.m. Family. on controls aulos TOKYO (KcLilen car makers said yesterday they Mill not impose voluntary i control on (heir exports which j have risen sharply ui recent 1 months. The Japan automobile Manu- facturer.s Association issued a I statement following a decision hy (lie ministry of international j trade and industry to curb ex- I ports of several key electronic j appliances to avoid an economic j war with Western Europe, j An ns.soci a t. i o n spokesman said I here is no reason for the car-makers to follow the Ironic industry, because Japa- nese cars arc being sold abroad at higher prices than similar models of foreign competitors. Last year, Japan's car ex- ports reached an all-time high of in- crease of G3.7 per cent over (lie preceding year, the association .said. 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